O2 Telefónica starts 5G roaming in other European countries | TechBuzz

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O2 Telefónica offers its mobile customers 5G roaming in other European countries. The service is now available in ten countries, with more to follow in the near future.

O2 Telefónica customers can now also use the fast 5G mobile communications standard in other European countries. The roaming offer is initially available in ten countries, including Spain, Italy, the Netherlands, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Romania.

Depending on the device, tariff and local availability of the network, users can theoretically surf the Internet at speeds of up to 500 Mbit/s.

As Telefónica emphasized, Greece and Croatia, two other popular holiday destinations, are to follow in the course of June. In the coming months, access to the 5G standard abroad will then be successively expanded to include other countries and partners.

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Meanwhile, the Munich network operator is also pushing ahead with 5G expansion in Germany. More than 10,000 5G antennas are currently transmitting in the O2 network, over 5,000 of them on the powerful 3.6 GHz frequencies.

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